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Eligibility

A person is entitled to be an elector at an election held in a local municipality, if on voting day he or she is:

  • a Canadian citizen;
  • at least 18 years old;
  • residing in the local municipality or an owner or tenant there, or the spouse of such owner or tenant; and
  • not otherwise prohibited from voting.

2014 Voter Information Package

Voter's Guide to Accessible Election from AMCTO  - COMING SOON

Please ensure that your information is accurate and on the Voters’ List by contacting the Township Office at 519-485-2490 or  select “Am I on the Voters’ List?” to make a request to verify that your name appears on the list.

As of September 12, 2014 the following candidates were certified for the 2014 Municipal Election:

Margaret LUPTON

Mayor

Gordon MACKAY

Mayor

Ronald George FORBES

Councillor, Ward 1 (ACCLAIMED)

Marie KEASEY

Councillor, Ward 2 (ACCLAIMED)

Marcus RYAN

Councillor, Ward 3 (ACCLAIMED)

Douglas MATHESON

Councillor, Ward 4 (ACCLAIMED)

Graham HART and Bill McKINNON

English Public School Board Trustees (ACCLAIMED)

Marco D’ANNIBALE, Clifford ROACH and Jim TALBOT

English Separate School Board Trustee

Pierre LAMBERT

French Public School Board Trustee (ACCLAIMED)

Nicole ZINN-SCHADENBERG

French Separate School Board Trustee (ACCLAIMED)

 

PLEASE NOTE:  Your Election ballot will only show the offices which require a vote which are MAYOR and ENGLISH SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE.   All other offices have been acclaimed and do not require a vote.  Therefore, if you do not support the English Separate School Board your ballot will only have a section to vote for Mayor.

Delivery of Voting Kits, including a ballot, will begin the first week of October to those that are on the Voters’ List.  Voters will receive a Voter Kit in the mail containing all of the materials required to place their vote by mail.  The voter simply follows the instructions in their kit, deposits in the mail, BY OCTOBER 17, 2014, using the postage paid response envelope, and the ballots will be delivered to the Municipal Office for tabulating on Election Day.

If you choose not to mail your vote or it is AFTER OCTOBER 17, 2014, you may drop-off your ballot at the Municipal Office (274620 27th Line) during regular business hours or place in the after hours drop box. All ballots, whether mailed or hand delivered, are placed into a sealed ballot box that remains sealed until Election Day. 

For further information please contact Karen Martin, Township Clerk at 519-485-2490 ext. 228.


 


    Are you recorded as an eligible elector for the upcoming municipal election?  The List of Electors is now available for viewing at the Municipal Office during regular business hours.  To further assist you, you can submit your request online by completing the online request form or contact the Municipal Clerk’s Office at 519-485-2490 to verify that you are on the list.